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Upon mine return from the end of town(left Thursday, back Sunday), mine 05 300 Touring refuses to transition out the park. Removed rubber cover, pressed pink(!) button, but it still refuses. Drive to existing location fine. No leaks under car.Help!:banghead:marty
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Common problem...search "pink thingy" or "park lock out" on this forum.It"s no the pink lever that you deserve to see the is leading to the problem, yet rather another one the you cannot see till you remove and also disassemble the shifter.
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Upon my return from the end of town(left Thursday, back Sunday), mine 05 300 Touring refuses to transition out that park. Removed rubber cover, pressed pink(!) button, however it still refuses. Drove to present location fine. No leaks under car.Help!:banghead:marty
Sorry come hear this yet it"s exceptionally common! Here"s a thread the will have the ability to answer all her questions and also a couple of DIY links. Check out through the whole thing so you can see the various options.http://www.julianum.net/forums/general-discussion/73268-park-lock-out-mechanism-installation.html
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Finally!!!
This repair has actually been done! Waited because that the ordered item from BT, but it has actually not arrived as of yet. For this reason downloaded info to a portable difficult drive, invited laptop, tools, and headed the end to the parking lot-no the shade around. :scared:Only problem was the heat-of food it would mean over 100 degrees when I had to work on the car!at:at:using the malfunction found ~ above this site, it to be a right forward job; it shows up daunting, however being careful doesn"t hurt!Once the piece arrives(probably once I"m ago from vaykay), i"ll take the moment to placed it in.Thanks will for her insight, :arms: give thanks to you to Bruno :arms: because that letting me recognize I was no alone, and to Desiree for the write up :arms:-w/o which i may have lost a an excellent repair shop(they had drained/flushed my tranny ~ above 6/23 and also I originally though they were at fault!).I far better do some much more perusing to uncover the other "common" repairs, errrr, cheap cop-outs by Chrysler I should be mindful of.marty